30 August, 2014

Contractors

Urban Homeworks supports businesses and families living in the neighborhoods where we are developing real estate by hiring local, minority- and women-owned subcontractors.


How We Work

Urban Homeworks believes in using every step of the redevelopment process as a tool to strengthen the local community. Through hiring local, minority- and women-owned subcontractors, neighborhood businesses benefit and are then able to hire more people, resulting in a stronger economic base for the entire community and each individual household.


How to Become a Subcontractor

To be added to the bid list for upcoming projects, please submit everything on the Subcontractor Document Checklist. Incomplete checklists will not be accepted. Some forms are found below. Questions? Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. at 612-226-7530.

Forms

Subcontractor Document Checklist

W-9

Certificate of Compliance

ICEC (Independent Contractor Exemption Certificate) Information

Contractor Outreach Form

Contractor Labor Data Form